Can I kiss you.. White Rhinoceroses
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|Couldnt resist taking a photograph of the moment when they were caressing each other. Unfortunately the photograph has been taken in a Zoo.|
Details about White Rhino:
Scientific name: Ceratotherium simum
Size: Length head/body: 11 - 14ft; tail length: 20 to 27.5 inch, height: 5-6 ft, Males are 20-90% bigger than females
Weight: 1.9 - 2.6 tons
Keys features: Huge gray brown rhino with large head, 2 horns and very square upper lip
Habits: Active by day and night; dominant males solitary and territorial; wallows in mud or water; generally shy and docile
Bredding: Single calf born after gestation period of 16 months. Weaned at 12-14 months, sexually mature at 5 years, but males not dominant enough to breed until 10-12 years. May live upto 50 years in captivity and similar in wild
Voice: Varied repertoire of grunts, snorts, chirps, squels, growls, bellows and pants
Habitat: Flat, lightly forested plains close to water
Distribution: Reserves and national parks in southern Africa and Congo
Status: Population at around 7500 and is Critically endangered species.
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